Email Address Legal & compliance AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Regions: LATAM Brazil Brazil’s SECAP prepares first draft of sports betting bill Following the conclusion of a public consultation on the country’s sports betting regulations, the Brazilian government is to publish a draft bill for comment later this month.The country’s Secretariat of Evaluation, Planning, Energy and Lottery (SECAP), a division of the Ministry of Economy, is in the process of developing sports betting regulations, with a 1% turnover tax to be levied on licensees.Operators will be required to pay a R$3m (£592,568/€662,035/$731,406) fee for a nine-year licence, followed by a R$20,000 monthly fee for land-based betting operators. For online-only operators, this rises to R$30,000, and for operators active across both channels to R$45,000.There will be no limit to the number of licences on offer, SECAP has confirmed.The previous consultation, launched on 1 July and running to 31 August, saw more than 1,800 submissions or queries filed, including around 600 from gambling operators, a source close to the process told iGamingBusiness.com.This volume of feedback was described by iGB’s source as a “surprise” to the Ministry, and sets a new record for submissions to one of its public consultations.The second consultation, on the draft bill, is scheduled to be launched later in September according to the source, though an exact date is yet to be set. This, iGB understands, will be the industry’s final opportunity to have any input on the proposed regulatory framework for sports betting in Brazil.Following years of stalled progress and dashed hopes, the passage of Provisional Measure 846/18 in December 2018 gave lawmakers a two-year window, to 2020, in which to develop sports betting regulations. This may be extended by a further two years if necessary.The country’s government aims to bring a large, as-yet unregulated market under its control through the regulatory framework, allowing it to generate new tax revenue, increase foreign investment, create new jobs and preserve the integrity of sporting events. Topics: Legal & compliance Sports betting 10th September 2019 | By contenteditor Following the conclusion of a public consultation on the country’s sports betting regulations, the Brazilian government is to publish a draft bill for comment later this month. Tags: Mobile Online Gambling OTB and Betting Shops Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter
Kenya Re-Insurance Corporation Limited (KNRE.ke) listed on the Nairobi Securities Exchange under the Insurance sector has released it’s 2007 prospectus For more information about Kenya Re-Insurance Corporation Limited (KNRE.ke) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Kenya Re-Insurance Corporation Limited (KNRE.ke) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Kenya Re-Insurance Corporation Limited (KNRE.ke) 2007 prospectus Company ProfileKenya Re-Insurance Corporation Limited is a reinsurance company underwriting various classes of reinsurance for companies in Africa, the Middle East and Asia. The company covers reinsurance for the short-term and long-term business sectors. Its short-term business division offers motor, marine, aviation, fire and accident reinsurance products. Its long-term business division offers individual and group life reinsurance products. Kenya Re-Insurance Corporation Limited also has interests in property acquisition and management; including office buildings for rent and the development of office properties and housing projects. The company was founded in 1970 and its head office is in Nairobi, Kenya. Kenya Re-Insurance Corporation Limited is listed on the Nairobi Securities Exchange
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Howard Lake | 15 March 2017 | News DEC Chief Executive, Saleh Saeed, said: “Hunger on a massive scale is looming across East Africa. More than 800,000 children under five are severely malnourished. Without urgent treatment, they are at risk of starving to death. “We are hearing that families are so desperate for food that they are resorting to eating leaves to survive. This is something no family should have to endure. Unless we act now the number of deaths will drastically increase. Don’t delay – please donate.”Match funding The UK Government will match pound for pound the first £5 million donated by the public to the DEC East Africa Crisis Appeal.Donations to the DEC East Africa Crisis Appeal can be made by calling the 24-hour hotline on 0370 60 60 610, donating over the counter at any high street bank or post office, or by send a cheque. You can also donate £5 by texting the word SUPPORT to 70000.Yemen crisis appealSince its launch in 1963, the DEC has run 68 appeals and raised more than £1.4 billion.Its most recent emergency appeal has been in response to the food crisis in Yemen. So far over £20 million has been donated, including £5m in matched funding from the UK government.Giving by Apple PayLast week Apple announced that the DEC is one of 22 UK charities that now accept donations via Apple Pay, so this will be the first new DEC appeal that will be accepting gifts in this way. Main image: Dahir, six months old, is treated at Save the Children’s stabilisation centre in the Borama Hospital. Dr. Jamac Mohammed Ahmed is treating Dahir at the hospital, where Save the Children has established and maintains a stabilization centre for severely malnourished children. Photo: Colin Crowley/Save the Children. 165 total views, 2 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis126 [youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mr8PiC9Li34[/youtube] [youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jc8j0753lEg[/youtube] 164 total views, 1 views today Disasters Emergency Committee launches East Africa Crisis Appeal AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis126 About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving. With more than 16 million people facing hunger in East Africa, the Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC) has launched an appeal to enable UK aid agencies to provide more help and support.The joint fundraising appeal will raise funds for DEC member charities which are already operating in South Sudan, Somalia, Kenya and Ethiopia. In these countries drought and conflict have left millions of people in immediate need of food, water and medical treatment.The aid agencies are ready to increase the scale of their humanitarian support, but they need more funding to reach the millions of people in urgent need.TV broadcastThe DEC East Africa Crisis Appeal is launching today and will be shown on all major UK Broadcasters including BBC, ITV, Channel 4, Channel 5 and Sky. Tagged with: DEC Emergency Fundraising
Facebook Twitter SHARE By Hoosier Ag Today – Jan 24, 2021 Facebook Twitter SHARE First Farmers Bank & Trust Virtual Ag Summit Tuesday Previous articleCommentary: The Story We Need to TellNext articleHoosier Ag Today Podcast for January 21, 2021 Hoosier Ag Today Home Indiana Agriculture News First Farmers Bank & Trust Virtual Ag Summit Tuesday First Farmers Bank & Trust (FFMR) will host their annual Agricultural Summit virtually this year on January 26th, 2021 from 9am to 12noon. The event will be streamed live from Purdue University and will feature a nationally recognized panel of speakers including “Goddess of Grain”, Angie Setzer, Purdue professor emeritus, Dr. Freddie Barnard, and Virginia Tech professor emeritus Dr David Kohl.The event, traditionally available by invitation only but available to all this year, will be produced by Hall of Music Productions and streamed live by Walton Webcasting.Topics to be discussed include market planning in dynamic environments, financial strategy, and possible PPP loan availability.Those interested in attending the event should contact bank lending personnel or register at www.ffbt.com/ag-summit. Online interactive Q&A with all presenters will be available for those registered.Source: First Farmers Bank & Trust
Linkedin Welcome TCU Class of 2025 Amanda Vasquezhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/amanda-vasquez/ What we’re reading: Former Vice President dies at 93, Chad President killed on frontlines Chancellor Boschini speaks during the Race and Reconciliation event on Wednesday, April 21, 2021 behind the founder’s statue.(Esau Rodriguez Olvera / Staff Photographer) Hermès and scarves: A look at one of the most unique combinations in the west What we’re reading: Request to sequester denied in Chauvin trial, Michigan’s COVID-19 cases rise Amanda Vasquezhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/amanda-vasquez/ Amanda Vasquezhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/amanda-vasquez/ Amanda Vasquez ReddIt Twitter printChancellor Victor Boschini addressed the Faculty Senate about recent spending and budget decisions, pushing back at faculty critics who accused him of not being transparent about the effects of budget cuts and other academic changes. Boschini was adamant that no jobs had been lost and that there had been no layoffs. He said he had checked about two hours before the meeting and confirmed that “everybody who got a paycheck in August was still getting a check today.” He also said some job vacancies are being filled. He said that in the last two months he has approved 49 positions in academic affairs, 21 of which are faculty members and the rest being support staff.“I checked yesterday and starting in January I started easing up on the mandatory reprieves on positions because even I was looking at feeling a lot more optimistic,” he said. “…While all of those were not new positions, they did give the various means for permission to advertise a lot of different positions.”Officers of the TCU chapter of the American Association of University Professors (AAUP) wrote an opinion piece in the Star-Telegram to “set the record straight” after the paper published an interview with the chancellor where the talked about how TCU navigated the pandemic. They wrote that Boschini “neglected” mentioning the universities elimination of some full-time staff positions for the upcoming year when he expressed pride for not letting anyone go last year. During Thursday’s meeting Boschini reminded faculty TCU must remain at a 14:1 faculty to student ratio due to Board of Trustees mandates. “We are honor bound to never go above 14 to 1, so if we get too many students we are going to have to hire new faculty members to make sure we keep it like that. Right now we are at 13 to 1, so there’s a little cushion there. But, that might not always be the same in the future, but right now we’re mandated by the board to be no more than 14 to 1,” he said. Read More: Reductions to retirement benefits spark faculty concernWhile Boschini pledged to not reduce tenured positions, the AAUP officers said that most retiring tenure professors are not being replaced. “In recent years when a tenured full professor has retired, we have often been told to replace that person with an instructor not eligible for tenure,” they wrote. “Otherwise, our campus would lose the faculty position entirely.”Chancellor Boschini at the faculty town hall, March 30th, 2021 (Benton McDonald/TCU360)Boschini prefaced his remarks by noting that some of the conflict centered around a difference of opinion. “I am totally for that everyone should have their own opinion, it’s America, I understand and appreciate that,” he said. “I also understand that every opinion I have is criticized and I totally get that. But, I am still allowed to have my own opinions.”Honor code initiativesLau’Rent Honeycutt is the newest student body president. (Heesoo Yang/Staff Photographer)The Faculty Senate also discussed new honor code initiatives that are taking shape on campus. Laurel Lynch, associate professor of professional practice at the Harris College Davies School of Communication Sciences & Disorders talked about the initiatives, which are focusing on making the code more visible on campus.Lynch explained that the student relations committee will be placing honor code plaques in all academic buildings, the honor code will be included in the course catalogue, and it will be covered in student orientation and in the UNLF coursework during weeks one and seven.“Perhaps the most exciting is the idea that SGA presidents each year will record a short video that will be played for new students,” she said. “…We feel like we had some actionable things happen in the honor code this year.” Twitter TCU places second in the National Student Advertising Competition, the highest in school history Facebook Linkedin + posts World Oceans Day shines spotlight on marine plastic pollution Facebook Previous articleGraduating seniors to receive unity cords from RRI, SGA partnershipNext articleHoroscope: May 1, 2021 Amanda Vasquez RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Non-traditional classrooms to continue to be used next semester as distancing requirements persist Amanda Vasquezhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/amanda-vasquez/ ReddIt
Democracies need “reciprocity mechanism” to combat propaganda by authoritarian regimes News News China: Political commentator sentenced to eight months in prison June 2, 2021 Find out more Organisation April 27, 2021 Find out more Reporters Without Borders condemned the Chinese authorities’ hounding of liberal dailies Nanfang Dushi Bao (Southern Metropolis News) and Xin Jing Bao (Beijing News) which has spread despondency in the editorial offices expected to lead to journalists resigning after the Chinese New Year.”Many of us have lost hope in this newspaper after discovering the invisible monster that is hiding behind it,” one Xin Jing Bao journalist told the worldwide press freedom organisation. “A lot of us are ready to leave Xin Jing Bao to join other media, particularly news websites.””The extraordinary pressure exerted on the liberal dailies by press groups in thrall to the communist party is utterly scandalous”, the organisation said. “It is pushing a generation of courageous journalists to leave these newspapers”.Discouraged by the determination of the government newspaper Guangming Ribao to put them under close surveillance, several journalists, including section heads, have reportedly decided to leave the Beijing daily, after the Chinese New Year.The same thing has been happening at the daily Nanfang Dushi Bao, published in Guangzhou (South), after the sacking, on 30 December 2005, of its deputy editor, Xia Yitao. The Publicity Department (formerly Propaganda Department) was displeased by the headline of an article about sanctions imposed on a deputy governor after a coal mining accident.”Even the imprisonment of the former editor Cheng Yizhong didn’t manage to discourage us. But this is now changing, since the Nanfang press group to which the paper belongs, has been sending us very conservative people to sack the journalists they do not appreciate,” one journalist told Reporters Without Borders. “This newspaper is getting to be more and more like a government office. That is the reason for the imminent departure of the cultural editor and some of his colleagues who have no more faith in their newspaper” ChinaAsia – Pacific Help by sharing this information News Apart from an ideological turning of the screw, the desire of official press groups to bring these popular dailies under control also has a financial motive.”The former communist press is proving less and less successful. As a result, it has decided to tap into the revenue of the popular new newspapers aimed at an urban public. Nanfang Dushi Bao is a notable example of this. It earns a lot of money. Unfortunately, these resignations will allow Guangming Ribao and Nanfang Ribao to place their own journalists within the editorial teams, which will mean a victory for the Chinese communist party,” concluded one Beijing journalist. Follow the news on China to go further March 12, 2021 Find out more Receive email alerts Reporters Without Borders condemns the way the authorities have been harassing liberal daily newspapers such as Beijing News and Southern Metropolis News. Many of their journalists are discouraged and are thinking of quitting after the Chinese New Year. January 17, 2006 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Despondency and resignations from the liberal press China’s Cyber Censorship Figures News RSF_en ChinaAsia – Pacific
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This week’s lettersStand tall amid the prejudices I was interested to read John Philpott’s article about ‘lookism’ (Comment,18 June), and would like to see the data that supports the statement:”tall men earn more than short men”. At a statuesque 5 foot 3 inches, even some ‘short’ men seem tall to me andwhen I walk along the street with really tall friends, a mobile phone comes inuseful. I agree that ‘lookism’ can be a significant barrier to the careerprogression of many individuals, whether they are short, bearded, bald oroverweight. One’s outward appearance should never play any part in deciding or impedingan individual’s career progression. And while legislation to combat such prejudices would be impractical, asound competency and assessment framework can provide essential guidelines foreliminating ‘lookism’ from all recruitment and promotion. Peter Rafferty Managing director, Fleming McGill HR Recruitment HR management core part of MBAI was surprised the study of MBA programmes in the article‘What about the people’ (Features, June 25) showed that only eight out of 20require students to study HR management.People management is a core part of every MBA course I havecome across. I found it easier to accept that only a minority of programmesoffered training on personal development and leadership skills, since thisfinding was also reported in a recent government study.The Council for Excellence in Management and Leadership (CEML)made a number of recommendations to ensure the content and focus of allbusiness and management education courses are tailored to the practical needsof business and employees. Most business schools recognise the need to reformtheir MBA programmes. The CEML report focuses on management and leadership skillsrather than simply knowledge about business. It recommends the creation of astrategic body to be charged with continually reviewing managers and leaders,with the development of required competencies. Organisations should say what capabilities they have inmanagement and leadership and how it is being developed. To help with this, CEML has produced a toolkit for measuringkey aspects of capability.With the steps taken by CEML, the Work Foundation, businesseducation providers and employers, the overall perceptions and benefits ofbusiness education and management qualifications can be strengthened for thegood of all parties involved.Professor Stephen WatsonPrincipal, Henley Management College and chairman of theAssociation of Business SchoolsSafer to keep an internal focus?Your Comment ‘Out of touch MBAs add little to bottom line’(News, 25 June) overstepped the mark.An MBA is not for developing the capability to trot out thesame business models as those studied, but to allow students to combine severaltools and make informed choices.You cite the Work Foundation finding that half of MBA graduatesleave their employer within 12 months of graduating. Whose fault is that? Iffirms fund people through study and then fail to take advantage, they deserveto suffer.Plenty of training activity undertaken by organisations has noclear outcome, no measurable impact and no demonstrable understanding of thebusiness benefit. MBA study is no different and the responsibility for changelies with HR.Instead of sniping at consultants, look a little deeper. HRM isone of the most poorly defined and represented business disciplines, and it isreflected in the teaching of many business schools. HR managers are not making the effort to get MBAs, understandthe business environment and make a difference. Maybe it is safer to keep aninternal focus, collect CIPD badges and carry on administrating the strategiesof others?Perhaps the real agenda for change is one that stops HR beingon the outside looking in. Kevin BallHR manager, Endsleigh Insurance Services Comments are closed. LettersOn 9 Jul 2002 in Personnel Today Previous Article Next Article Related posts:No related photos.